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20th April 2014


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Is Forensic Psychology a good career path?

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Question by : Is Forensic Psychology a good career path?

Im 16, almost 17. I wanted to be a Forensic Pathologist/Medical Examiner
but 13+ years of schooling is way too long for me. I like a lot of
different things, but psychology and forensics are really interesting to
me. How long will it take to become a Forensic Psychologist? Is it worth it?

Best answer:

Answer by Ring0Rosie
Psychology is not a good field to study. There arent a lot of jobs in
psychology out there and there are WAY too many people who find the field
interesting. Because of that, a lot of people get degrees in psychology
and cant find a job.

If you want to pursue any job related to psychology, you need to get a
doctorate to have a chance at getting a job.

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what college would major in this?

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Question by : what college would major in this?

for forensic anthropology?

Best answer:

Answer by Edward
Check this website for a list of many

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18th April 2014


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how does this college forensic anthropology or medical examier would work?

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Question by Ciara: how does this college forensic anthropology or medical
examier would work?

ok so i want to go to college to get all my degrees in forensic science but
first things first:

whats a Accredited Undergraduate and do i need it?

i want to get my Bachelor and Associates but then again i want to play
college ball and after that i maybe want to go to the wnba {if they want
me} or the military but my question is:

will i have time for that?

and what colleges do that?


Best answer:

Answer by Rachel
If youre asking about colleges, then this question should be asked in
Education Reference/Higher Education (University+). It doesnt seem to
pertain to anthropology specifically. In fact, it looks like youve got
several different categories of questions going on, so try splitting them
up to get the best results. Im also having trouble understanding your
questions due to poor grammar, but Ill try my best to answer what you have.

Accreditation pertains to the status of the degree-awarding institution.
What it means is its certified to award students with a particular degree
and most anyone will recognize your degree as an actual degree. There may
be some other accreditation process for those majors, but I doubt thats
something youd need going right into college.

As for your last two questions, are you asking if youll have time to play
college ball or do both the WNBA and a job pertaining to your major after
graduation? For college, if you manage to manage your time wisely, I dont
doubt that youll be able to play college basketball and get your degree.
Just about any college with a womens basketball team does this so I dont
understand that question. If you go to the WNBA, then I doubt youll have
the time or energy to devote to another full time job, but there are
options available to keep your skills sharp for after you leave. As far as
the military, Im sure there are jobs available that you could use your
degree, although at the very least youll be able to come back to a job
between tours. Besides West Point and other military specific institutions,
Im not aware of any that feed directly into the military, but there are
ROTC programs at plenty of colleges that are pretty much military prep
without the military school. Same with the basketball, although its
possible the WNBA likes people from bigger teams with bigger budgets
better. As long as youve got the skill it shouldnt be a problem though.

As an aside, you dont get both a Bachelors and an Associates degree, just
one or the other. Main difference is an Associates degree is generally a
two year program while a Bachelors degree is generally a four. I doubt you
were looking for this particular answer, so I strongly suggest categorizing
your questions correctly and clarifying your questions.

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Better Course for a Career in Forensics?

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Question by Mario: Better Course for a Career in Forensics?

Hi, I am an incoming college freshman. And, I have two programs in mind. I
am wondering which of the two will be more beneficial for a career in
Forensics. I am qualified for both courses, however, my first choice was
B.S. Chemistry/Materials Science Engineering.

B.S. Chemistry Curriculum:

B.S. Chemistry with Materials Science Engineering Curriculum:

Best answer:

Answer by Cameron
Without looking over the curriculum, I can tell you that for a career in
forensics you will need chemistry courses in Organic, Quantitative
Analysis, some Inorganic, Instrumental analysis will also be very
beneficial, as you will be the one trouble shooting any problems with the
equipment. Choose the program that will give you the most hands on
experience in a lab. I also recommend speaking with a local forensics lab
and seeing if you can do an internship. The most common areas in a
forensics lab are controlled substances, toxicology (blood and urine),
blood alcohol, DNA, and fire debris. If you want to do DNA, you should look
into Biochem, Biology, Microbiology. Any of the other fields in forensics
you would be best off with a Chemistry or Biochem degree.

Good luck to you

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Question by Sara: College: forensic anthropology?

What is this under? Anthropology /sociology, forensic investigate, or
criminology or what? Thank you

Best answer:

Answer by Αὐτόλυκος
Its a branch of Anthropology. Once you get a bachelors you can specialize
further into either physical or cultural anthropology.

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Q&A: What is Forensic Science??? Read Description..10P!!!?

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Question by AB: What is Forensic Science??? Read Description..10P!!!?

Im currently a sophomore in High School, and Im looking forward to study
Forensic Science, but I am hearing a lot of mix up things about Forensic
Science. I want to work in Labs, like with DNA, Fingerprints, Gun shot
residue, computer information etc. Is that Forensic Science or not? If so,
what should I major in and what colleges in the United Sates has good
programs in that field?

Please answer, 10 Points for best answer

Best answer:

Answer by Turkish guy
First, you are a little young to be deciding what you want to do in
college. But, having that been said, what you are describing is forensic
science, or at some aspects of it. If you want to study forensic science
you will need to pick a field to study in, a specific science. The term
forensic just refers to the use of a discipline, scientific or not, in a
legal environment, usually in the investigation of a crime. To give a sense
of the different types of fields that can be used in forensics, here is a
short list:

-forensic anthropology

-forensic chemistry

-forensic biology


-forensic photography

-forensic computer analysis

-forensic toxicology

-pathology/forensic medicine

-ballistics and tool-mark analysis


-trace evidence analysis

-document analysis

-DNA analysis

-forensic psychology

-forensic accounting

-forensic entomology

and so on.

If you are interested in doing forensic work, then you will most likely end
up studying either biology or chemistry in your undergraduate. Most
forensic disciplines can (generally) fall into either one of the two
fields. It is in graduate school where you specialize in a field that can
be used in forensics. Most people you are in a forensic field did not enter
a forensic-based graduate. Instead they entered a regular graduate program
and after graduating entered forensics. There are programs specifically
aimed at forensic work though, I know there is a forensics program at
Marshall University that is supposed to be pretty good.

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KRDO interviews El Paso County District Attorney Dan May about a forensic
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what is forensic science like?

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Question by minim3: what is forensic science like?

I watch CSI Miami and Rizzoli Isles, and it made me want to get into
forensics. But i was wondering is CSI really like the shows? I would like
to know from someone who is actually involved in this field to tell me what
its like? Because if its not like the shows then i dont want to do it as a
career. Also if you know of any internships or be a csi for a day program
type of things please let me know.

Best answer:

Answer by gardengallivant
Forensic science is primarily very technological. New methods of
collection, storage, and tests have made it possible to examine possible
trace evidence of crimes.

The first requirement is in being a good scientist able to understand the
function of the protocols and execute them accurately and efficiently
because they cannot be repeated with such small samples.

The work is not just assembly line repetition. There are many repetitions
of very similar tests that must be run concurrently to keep the work moving
forward and still not cross contaminated so details require strict
attention and constant records. Degrees in chemistry, organic chemistry,
physical chemistry, biology, microbiology, cell biology, genetics or
biochemistry are all possible undergraduate options along with classes in
statistical analysis, spectroscopy and microscopy.

Forensic job shadow options exist

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Forensics Science Fair Project?

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Question by Mal-TASTIC: Forensics Science Fair Project?

I really would like to do a Science Fair Project on forensics, but I need
it to be like high level, (Im in advanced bio) and I dont want a lab
project. Like where Id have to go to this huge lab or something, I dont
know how I would even get to work in one, or anything. But I could use any
materials a school would have.

So yeah, its kind of hard.

If you cant think of anything, Im also interested in-


Food Science


Best answer:

Answer by Why?
Gosh I think you should,if you want to,stick with the chemical reactions in
food. It seems as if you could easily conduct experiments and do research
with foods ,without a huge lab. And you could have low expense and easy
access to items you need and could easily research this. You also have an
interest in it. Lets say you could have a topic of lets say, What foods are
used in a Forensic Science investigation?

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by Santa Catalina School

Question by d3stooges: if you wanna study forensic science?

my husbands daughter is in her 4th year in high school and she wanna study
forensic science.. how does this whole thing work? does she need to have a
4 year, bachelors degree first before she can proceed to that kind of
study? (just like in law) and also, we are really trying to save money,
with this kind of plan, to take forensic science, can she attend to
community college first for 2 years and then proceed to a university?

thanks very much for your advice.

Best answer:

Answer by ❤Dia❤
She can attend a community college for 2 years and then transfer to a 4
year school. Depending on the area of forensic science that she wants to go
into, she may also need a postgraduate degree too. However, the preferred
option is still to spend the whole time at a 4 year school, but either way
will allow her into the profession, as she will be able to transfer her
credits. You might want to read this article for some information about
becoming a forensic scientist

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What does the job as a Forensic Scientist entitle?

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by Renata F. Oliveira

Question by EBW: What does the job as a Forensic Scientist entitle?

I want to be a forensic scientist but I dont know exactly what a forensic
scientist does. I know from television but I want to know what they
actually do? Is is 20% lab work and 80% paperwork or the other way around?
or am I off altogether? I just want someone to be strait with me and tell
me what it is before I get really into it and find out its not what I
wanted or thought it was

Best answer:

Answer by DukeSnowdon
Forensic Science is used to assist the justice system both in criminal and
civil cases.

The types of science used are so numerous that no one specialist could
cover them all.

Heres some of the branches:

Computational forensicsthe development of algorithms and software to assist
forensic examination.

Criminalisticsthe application of various sciences to answer questions
relating to examination and comparison of biological evidence, trace
evidence, impression evidence (such as fingerprints, footwear impressions,
and tire tracks), controlled substances, ballistics, firearm and toolmark
examination, and other evidence in criminal investigations. Typically,
evidence is processed in a crime lab.

Digital forensicsthe application of proven scientific methods and
techniques in order to recover data from electronic / digital media.
Digital Forensic specialists work in the field as well as in the lab.

Forensic anthropologythe application of physical anthropology in a legal
setting, usually for the recovery and identification of skeletonized human

Forensic archaeologythe application of a combination of archaeological
techniques and forensic science, typically in law enforcement.

Forensic DNA analysistakes advantage of the uniqueness of an individuals
DNA to answer forensic questions such as determining paternity/maternity or
placing a suspect at a crime scene.

Forensic entomologythe examination of insects in, on, and around human
remains to assist in determination of time or location of death. It is also
possible to determine if the body was moved after death.

Forensic geologydeals with trace evidence in the form of soils, minerals
and petroleums.

Forensic meteorology.

Forensic odontologythe study of the uniqueness of dentition better known as
the study of teeth.

Forensic pathologya field in which the principles of medicine and pathology
are applied to determine a cause of death or injury in the context of a
legal inquiry.

Forensic psychologythe study of the mind of an individual, using forensic
methods. Usually it determines the circumstances behind a criminals

Forensic toxicologythe study of the effect of drugs and poisons on/in the
human body.

Forensic document examination.

Forensic video analysisthe scientific examination, comparison, and
evaluation of video in legal matters.

Forensic engineeringthe scientific examination and analysis of structures
and other objects to answer questions as to their failure or cause of

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I really want to a forensic anthropologist when i get older. My gpa in
middle school was a 96. I do really well and excel in honors classes,
especially social studies, spanish, and science. All my averages are above
90. I know the job isnt as glamourous as most people think it is from tv. I
really am interested in this job. Would i be good in it and is SUNY
Binghamton a good college for it? I live in NY.

Best answer:

Answer by msforensicscience is a good resource.

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Dr. Amy Mundorff and Katie Corcoran describe the process behind the UT
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Question by The Riddler: Which Universities have forensics?

Which Universities in Canada have a forensic area?

Best answer:

Answer by RoaringMice
Check into what the forensic labs require in terms of degrees in Canada. In
the US, there are two main types of forensics jobs the crime scene tech,
and the forensic scientist.

Crime scene techs are usually police officers. They may have a degree, but
no particular subject is required. Many study criminal justice for their

Forensic scientist are just that scientists. They have a bachelors in a
lab science (bio, chem, biochem, microbio) from a good university, and
often have a masters degree in bio, chem, biochem, microbio or forensic

So depending on what you want for a career, and what the requirements are
in Canada, you may or may not actually need to find a uni that offers a
specific forensics major. I mention this because a lot of the unis that do
offer forensics as a major arent necessarily the strongest unis.

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